Current Events #34. A selection of UK art exhibitions and events for week 34 of 2016.
(click images for larger view)
Artmap Open Studios Red Dot Studio Trail
26-29 August 2016
A popular Argyll art event with 48 Argyll artists involved this year. Artmap has produced a 72 page colour brochure with artists’ statements, contact details and detailed directions to their studios. The directories are available free from many local venues.
Various venues around Argyll, Scotland.
Art in the Window – Glossopdale
1-31 August 2016
Overver 50 independent retailers in Glossop are taking part in Art in the Window 2016 transforming the streets into art galleries and providing exhibition space for local artists and artisan makers, a mix of amateur and professional artists. Shop windows, restaurants and retailers will displays work including photography, sculpture, fine art, textiles as well as painting and drawing. This will include students work from Glossopdale Community College and Glossop Arts Project participants.
35 Works on Paper
24 August – 24 September 2016
Dale Adcock, Andrew Birk, Sverre Bjertnes, Laura Bruce, Yvette Coppersmith, Kim Dorland, Austin Eddy, Danny Fox, Alicia Gibson, Paul Housley, Gary Hume, Andy Kolar, Adam Lee, Rhys Lee, Christian Little, Jonathan Lux, Jessie Makinson, Kathryn Maple, Holly Mills, Ryan Nord Kitchen, Tal R, Josh Reames, Tony Romano, Andrew Salgado, Mason Saltarrelli, Daniel Segrove, Struan Teague, Kristian Touborg, Johannes Vanderbeek, Paul Wackers. Preview: Tuesday 23 August 6-8pm.
1 Baldwin Street
Bristol Biennial 2016: In Other Worlds
2-10 September 2016
Festival of Art and Ideas. Bristol Biennial 2016 takes the theme of In Other Worlds, exploring different perspectives: from the sensory to the stellar; from human to non-human, from present to future; from the city streets to the very air we breathe. Curated by an international open call, the festival presents 13 new commissions for Bristol, created by emerging artists from around the world – and close to home. Exhibitions, talks, events and satellite projects invite conversation, encounters and exploration in unusual locations across the city.
Venues all over Bristol.
All Saints Street
Karl Axon: Trading Places
22-28 August 2016
Karl Axon’s photographic exploration of the United Kingdom, a study of people’s work and their workplace. Private View: Thursday 25 August 6-9pm.
159 Bethnal Green Road
London E2 7DG
(Just off Brick Lane in East London)
A Brush With Colour
29 August – 4 September 2016
Paintings and ceramics by Lynne Roche, Sylvia Owen, Rod Craig.
4 Abbey St.
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The image at the top is:
Autumnal View of Bath City
Watercolour by Rod Craig who is showing at 44AD until 4th September.